20 Years Of Ending Abortion One Baby At A Time
In the 50 years since abortion was legalised in England and Wales 8.7
million babies’ lives have been lost. While it is vitally important to change
the law, we cannot ignore the hundreds of babies who will die in this country
For the past 20 years, The Good Counsel Network has sought to end
abortion one baby, one Mother, one family at a time. Abortions do not take
place in Parliament or in MP’s surgeries, but in hospitals, “clinics” and even
GP’s surgeries. Women also look for adverts of how or where to obtain an
Good Counsel runs adverts aimed at
abortion-bound women. We run three daily prayer vigils
outside abortion centres
in London and support dozens of other vigils around the country, where leaflets
offering help, with our phone number on are distributed to pregnant mums.
Over 3,000 Mothers that we know of have kept their babies because of
this work, there are countless others that we do not get to know about. Just
recently a woman approached one of our Counsellors, Siobhan, outside the
abortion centre in Ealing, to tell her that she had come there five years
before to abort her child. She spoke to a pro-lifer on the doorstep of the
“clinic”, got our leaflet, went home and kept her child, who is now 5 years
old.See video testimony with our mumshere.
Please have a Mass offered for the Good Counsel Network in this, our
20th Anniversary, year and also have a Mass offered for the End of abortion, on
about the 27th October, the 50th Anniversary of the passing of the Abortion
Please join us in prayer, at a vigil, in your parish or at home
our work so that we can continue to offer the genuine practical
support that so often makes the difference between life and death.
Join us in ending abortion,
one baby at a time
Bishop McMahon of Brentwood leads the
Rosary outside Buckhurst Hillabortion centre.
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